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Cisco Bug: CSCuq62140 - B230 - VTT voltage threshold should be lower than currently defined

Last Modified

Jan 09, 2020

Products (1)

  • Cisco Unified Computing System

Known Affected Releases

2.2(2)A 2.2(3d)A

Description (partial)

A lower critical voltage alarm is seen on P0V75_DDR3_xxxx, where the alarm shows that the voltage read is exactly equal to or within 10mV of the lower threshold.

Here is an example of such a case:
 07/18/2014 16:53:12 | CIMC | Voltage P0V75_DDR3_T6GP2 #0x1d | Lower critical - going low | Asserted | Reading 0.64 <= Threshold 0.64 Volts

Note that the voltage reading (0.64V) is exactly equal to the threshold (also 0.64V).

This can be seen during normal operation.
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